A genetic quest to reduce breast cancer deaths

University of Washington geneticist, Doctor Mary-Claire King, talks about the genetic quest to reduce breast cancer deaths

SEATTLE, WA - Through the tireless research efforts to find a cure for cancer, UW Geneticist Dr. Mary-Claire King made a huge mark when she discovered the BRCA-1 gene that transformed the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. The Susan G. Komen Foundation recently announced a bold goal to reduce breast cancer deaths by 50% in the U.S. over the next decade. To read more about this announcement, click HERE.

Please visit Komen Puget Sound at www.komenpugetsound.org to support or learn more about ongoing research.


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